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Copyright 1889, 

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Of all the girls that are so smarty 
There s ?tone like pretty Sally ; 

She is the darli?ig of 7ny hearty 
And she lives in our alley : 




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There s 7ie er a lady i?^ the land 
T'hat s half so sweet as Sally ; 

She is the darling of 7ny hearty 
And she lives i7t our alley. 




Her father he makes cabbage-nets^ 

A?id through the streets does cry them ; 



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Her 7nother she sells laces long 
To such as please to buy them : 

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When she is hy^ I leave my worky 
I love her so sincerely ; 




My master comes^ like any Tiirk^ 
A?icl bangs me most severely : 

BtU let him bang long as he will^ 
r II bear it all for Sally ; 




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Of all the days are in the week^ 
I dearly love hut one day ; 

And that's the day that comes betwixt 
A Saturday and Monday ; 




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Because I leave Jiiin in the liircJi 

Soon as the text is named : 
I leave the church in sermon time. 



And slink away to Sally ; 



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If^he?t Christinas comes about again^ 
0/7, the?! I shall have mo7iey ; 

111 hoard it iip^ and^ box and a 11^ 
r II give unto my hoitey : 

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My master and the neighbours all^ 
Make game of me and Sally ; 

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Bui whefi }fiy seven long years are out^ 

Oh, then TIL marry Sally, 
And then how happily we II live. 

But not i?i our alley. 



SALLY IN OUR ALLEY 



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When she is by I leave my work, 

I love her so sincerely ; 
My master conies, like any Turk, 

And bangs me most severely : 
But let him bang long as he will, 
I'll bear it all for Sally ; 

She is the darling of my heart, 
And she lives in our alley. 



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My master carries me to church, 

And often I am blamed, 
Because I leave him in the lurch 

Soon as the text is named : 
I leave the church in sermon time. 
And slink away to Sally ; 

She is the darling of my heart, 
And she lives in our alley. 



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Of all the days are in the week, 

I dearly love but one day ; 
And that's the day that comes betwixt 

A Saturday and Monday ; 
For then I'm dressed all in my best, 
To walk abroad with Sally ; 
She is the darling of my heart, 
And she '^-'-^ ''1 '""• alley. 



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When Chiistmas comes about again, 

Oh, then I shall have money ; 
I'll hoard it up, and, box and all, 

I'll give unto my honey : 
I would it were ten thousand pound*, 
I'd give it all to Sally : 

She is the darling of my heart 
And she lives in our allev. 



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My master and the neighbours all, 

Make game of me and Sally ; 
And but for she I'd better be 
A slave, and row a galley : 
But when my seven long years are out, 
Oh, then I'll marry Sally, 

And then how happily we'll live, 
But not in our alley. 




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